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Lucy Huskinson

Lucy Huskinson (PhD) is Professor of Philosophy at Bangor University, UK. She recently finished twelve years as Co-Editor-In-Chief of The International Journal of Jungian Studies and is author of several works of philosophy and analytical psychology, including Nietzsche and Jung: The Whole Self in the Union of Opposites (Routledge), which has been translated into several languages. Her research interests are principally in the overlaps of philosophy and architectural theory, and psychoanalysis and the built environment. In her latest book, Architecture and the Mimetic Self (Routledge), she explains how theories of depth psychology can be extended beyond its traditional concern for interpersonal relations with people, to make sense of our vital relationships with the built environment.